Chiropractic Care

Can Chiropractic Help You Find Allergy Relief?

Spring has officially sprung, and that means allergy season is in full bloom. This season has many of our patients feeling less than their best, and chiropractic care can help. Itchy, watery eyes, stuffy noses, and sneezing fits are just a few of the unwanted symptoms that allergy sufferers deal with. If you suffer from allergies, here are our suggestions.

Spring Into Health!

Spring is finally upon us! The temperatures are getting warmer, the days are getting longer, and we can finally shake off those winter blues. Spring is the perfect time to make the most of warmer, brighter days. But after spending all winter indoors, is your body ready? If you’d like to spring into health this season, chiropractic care is for you!

Can Your Posture Affect Your Mood?

Do you check the way you are standing or sitting throughout the day? Do you make sure that your weight is distributed evenly? You probably already know how important proper posture is to your spine, but did you know it also affects your mood? A number of studies have shown that good posture can have a positive effect your mood and can even eliminate stress. Here’s what you need to know.

Avoid Injuries from Overuse

A healthy spine is an excellent foundation for a healthy body. In order to accomplish that, you’ve got to take great care of your spine, including stretching and strengthening. To maintain a strong spine, you have to be aware of your body and avoid injuries from overuse. Here are our tips.

Can Chiropractic Improve Your Sleep?

It seems like as the excitement of the New Year wears off, so do our energy levels. Sleep deprivation is a problem that impacts ever aspect of your health, and here’s how chiropractic can help.

How Chiropractic Care can help with Automobile Accidents

How Chiropractic Care can help with Automobile Accidents

A car accident is the last thing anyone wants to deal with. Adding a car accident creates more stress and is an added strain on your life. This may force you to take time off of work, and may even make you unable to perform normal daily tasks. One of the biggest questions following a car accident is where and should I seek treatment?

Winter Slips and Falls

Winter Slips and Falls

There are three types of slip-and-fall injuries that commonly occur in winter conditions. The first is when your feet go out from under you, and you hit the ground bottom-first. This can cause low back injury, mid-back injury, and is particularly damaging when it occurs on stairs, due to the multiple angles of impact on your body. Problems resulting from this type of fall can include pelvic sprains or disc injuries, both of which can be treated with chiropractic.

Have Your Best Year Yet!

The New Year is an exciting time of year. We take the time to reflect, start over, make resolutions, and work toward accomplishing new goals. For many of us, that means refocusing on better health. That often leads to busy gyms for the first few months of the year, then enthusiasm quickly wanes. Instead of starting a resolution you don’t intend to keep, take a look at starting 2019 with something different - regular chiropractic care! Here are just a few reasons why chiropractic is an excellent addition to your health regimen.

A Winter Necessity

There’s no way around it: winter is simply a time where you need to put some extra focus on your health and wellness. Instead of hunkering down with a mountain of blankets and sitting in front of the TV, follow our suggestions and use chiropractic care to help you stay healthy this winter season.

Holiday Travel Tips

Holiday travels can be stressful, frustrating, and complicated. As if traveling isn’t already enough, add in that you’re doing it during the busiest time of year. If you are suffering from back pain, your travels will be particularly brutal. Back pain and traveling can put you in a negative frame of mind before you even arrive at your destination and interrupt your family fun. Here are our suggestions to avoid back pain this holiday season.

Why teens should sit up straight

Why teens should sit up straight

Researchers had 15,092 adolescents complete questionnaires about their lifestyle and experience with back pain. Their sitting posture, body mass index (BMI), and back-muscle endurance were also measured. Researchers discovered that boys were much more likely than girls to slouch. Watching TV, having a higher BMI, and having lower self-efficacy also increased a teen’s likelihood of slouching.

Here's To A Healthy Thanksgiving!

Thanksgiving is almost here! A time when we overindulge, watch football and parades, and spend much needed quality time with family and friends. While this time of year is something millions look forward to, some are less enthusiastic. It’s not that Thanksgiving isn’t enjoyable, it can just throw a huge wrench in your healthy habits. To get prepared for the Thanksgiving holiday, we’ve put together some tips to protect you from Turkey Day pitfalls.

Chiropractic Care and Fall Prevention

Falls are indicators of morbidity among the elderly with two-fifths of those aged 75 and above at a greater risk of falls. An article on Fall Prevention by Carol Marleigh shows that falls have been attributed to visual impairments, dizziness and diseases of the blood vessels. Chiropractic care can help! 

 
 

 

  

 

Ice, Heat, and When To Use Which

Have you recently experienced an injury? In most cases, people either go for a heating pad or an ice pack and there is usually some confusion around which to use for what injuries. We're here to put an end to that confusion. Here are some tips for whether you need heat or ice.

Backpacks, Purses, and Your Spine

You probably don't think anything of carrying around your heavy backpack, bag, or purse with you throughout the day. But those bags can all cause your muscles to be off balance. Over time, muscle tension accumulates, which can lead to spinal misalignment. Fortunately, we know the signs you need to look for.

Chiropractic and TMJ

According to Mayo Clinic, over 3 million people are diagnosed with TMJ (temporomandibular joint dysfunction) in the United States each year. TMJ is when the joint that connects your jaw to the temporal bones of your skull (the bones just in front of your ear) is compromised, leaving you with limited movement.